You may or may not have heard of Serendipity. This little cafe in New York that started out with just four tables. Nightly lines formed around the block as anyone who had a hankering tried to get through the doors for a tasting. Often they’d have to be satisfied with the wafts of exquisite scents […]
Follow my journey and copy this this delightful Blue creamy cheese.
Make traditional New Year’s Eve black eyed peas in your slow cooker.
This makes a big cornbread about 4 inches high. Leftovers tend to be dry, but I use them up in stuffing and homemade shake n bake. So make a batch now, and have some ready for stuffing on Thursday!
When you want a cake but have no time, use your Kitchen Aid to whip up a lazy day cake.
These three recipes combined cost about 50 cents per month to make and can last a family of four nearly two weeks of daily showers.
Grilled meats and vegetables do not have to be limited to a fair weather summer treat on weekends. Grill any time of year and have dinner ready in less than an hour.
Steak: it’s what’s for breakfast, lunch, dinner and any other meals we can find to slip it into.
These five fermentation starters will provide almost everything any home needs to be healthy, clean, and relatively bad-germ free!
Savor summer with baked southern fried chicken. Whip up a batch in under and hour and serve along side summer salads and beverages like sweet-tea.
Lentils, also called masoor dal, are a nutritious and quick cooking member of the legume family. They are versatile and easily, lending a nutty flavor to many dishes or as the main ingredient in these four hearty lentil recipes.
This recipe has been adapted from the Gold Medal Classic White Bread Recipe on the Gold Medal Website. It is usually on the bag of white bleached flour. It took me nearly six months of weekly test batches to get it to turn out right. Now, this is a recipe my entire family begs for.